Union City, CA – April 2019 – Delta Pacific Products, Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiaries NxTBio Technologies and Prism Plastics Products have been acquired by global holding company Westfall Technik. All three acquired entities operate as standalone businesses.
Delta is one of the leading injection molders in the San Francisco Bay Area serving the large and growing medical device startup community in that region. Delta specializes in working with medtech R&D professionals from the prototyping phase through FDA approval and full production. Delta’s core competency in tooling design greatly reduces lead times and increases speed to FDA approval and the eventual commercialization of customers’ products. Its focus on high-quality products, quick turnaround times, and experienced staff makes Delta an ideal choice to serve both startups and global medical device OEMs. On a combined basis, the additions of Prism and Delta add over 50,000 square feet of additional production space to Westfall’s capacity.
NxTBio Technologies is a developer, marketer, and distributor of branded bioscience laboratory consumables including pipette tips, filter tips, tubes and strip tubes, vials, multi-well plates, and related racking systems. Westfall’s ability to engineer and build high volume production systems will accelerate the growth of NxTBio’s leading-edge product portfolio.
Delta’s President and CEO Yuan Tian had this to say about the deal: “We can now offer our customers high volume production, device assembly, and rapid precision toolmaking throughout the United States and, through Westfall’s extensive sales team, can offer our services to customers we could never previously reach.”
MBS Advisors represented Westfall Technik in the transaction.
Excerpts from above were taken from Westfall Technik’s press release.
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